Gendered Success in Higher Education: Global Perspectives

Project start date: 
Saturday, March 21, 2015
Project end date: 
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Main researcher: 
External researchers: 
Tanuja Argawala (University of Delhi, India)), Özlem Özkanli (University of Ankara, Turkey), Sarah Barnard (University of Loughborough, United Kingdom), Linzi Kemp (American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates), Kate White (Federal University of Australia), Pat O’Connor (University of Limerick, Ireland); Jenny Neale (University of Vitoria, New Zealand), Maria de Lourdes Machado (CIPES and A3ES, Portugal), Angela Wroblewski (Institute of Advanced Studies, Austria), Connie Zulu (North-West University) e Helen Peterson (University of Gothenburg, Sweden).
Proponent institution: 
WHEM (Women in Higher Education Management)
Participating institutions: 
University of Delhi, India; University of Ankara, Turkey; University of Loughborough, United Kingdom; American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates; Federal University of Australia; University of Limerick, Ireland; University of Vitoria, New Zealand; CIPES and A3ES, Portugal; Institute of Advanced Studies, Austria; North-West University; University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Project description: 
To identify and analyse, in a comparative perspective, success cases in the promotion of gender equality in Higher Education Institutions.
Project keywords: 
Gender, Case studies; equality
Financing amount: 
Funding entity: 
Swedish Research Council

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